care for my Goldfish Plant
I have just read how to care for my Goldfish Plant. It thrived in my office window that was bright light but not hot sun. My office moved, so I brought my plant home in November. As spring and summer came, I noticed that my plant stopped thriving and has lost all its leaves and now looks like an eaten grape stem. I want to save my plant. If I cut back the stems and move the plant, will I see new growth, or should I consider that the plant has died?
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The Goldfish plant is a difficult plant to grow with lots of fussy growing conditions that can be difficult to attain in a home.
Here is a link with growing information.